lakesare got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Redesign of the memorization app
Check out lakesare's Web page design contest…
Spaced-repetition learning site. Like memrise, except for subjects that need rich text formatting, images, and fast and smooth flashcard creation flow. My target audience is anyone who needs to memorize something other than languages. A university student, a programmer, a doctor.
I like this site: https://stateofjs.com, because it reminds me of games, and I want my site to feel like a game interface of which you got to learn. I want the site to have a game-like feel to it, but not in a silly way (like memrise.com's for example). Another idea is something in monochrome colors, with occasional green and red for answer coloring. I don't want memcode to have a generic start-up site feel to it. Don't look at my current logo, it may change. I'm open to the dark theme.
1. https://www.memcode.com/courses: there should be categories and search filters. Each course should have a 5-star rating, a category mentioned, title, description, probably amount of students in it, probably the name of the author. 2. https://www.memcode.com/courses/224/edit: please sign in first, and go to this page. This is a course-editing page. All current functionality should be present. There should also be a list of students learning this course (as a dropdown maybe), all kind of stats, a description of a course laid out in a more appealing way. There are two types of flashcards, and it should be visible what's an 'answer' in these types. 3. nonexistent yet, page of any user profile: it should list all the courses they have created, their stats (amount of students, amount of courses learned, amount of courses created, lastSeenAt maybe), their avatar, their username, their students. Each page should have a profile aside: it lists - Avatar of a current user with an ability to edit it (probably just with an ability to open a modal to edit it) - Username - Links to courses (Currently Learned, and Created) - Links to courses to learn&review (that is, courses that are offered next for review. Please sign in and walk around the site to understand the concept.) - Links to the most recent courses one edited maybe.
What to avoid
I'm not sure about rounded corners. I'm open to it, but it would be interesting to see the slick design without them. If icons are present, I'd probably prefer them to have thin lines. I'm open to images on course cards (ones in /courses, with title and description), but it's not necessary.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
lakesare collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
He has done a great job, providing a nice design that matches my expectations and tastes. Very happy with the several reviews and modifications until finding perfection.
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